WSU College of Education
  • 2014 Scholarship and Excellence. The annual homecoming event honors students and education advocates.

    2014 Scholarship and Excellence. The annual homecoming event honors students and education advocates.

  • Multimedia: Photo gallery and video available from WSU's 2014 TECH-Ed Conference.

    Multimedia: Photo gallery and video available from WSU's 2014 TECH-Ed Conference.

  • New Go Cougs TV spots: visit our page to watch the spots, then vote on your favorite!

    New Go Cougs TV spots: visit our page to watch the spots, then vote on your favorite!

  • Cathy Claussen to be Distinguished Professor of Title IX and Gender Equity in Sport

    Cathy Claussen to be Distinguished Professor of Title IX and Gender Equity in Sport

  • In Focus: The gift of 'Sola energy' - Professor finds happiness in education and community

    In Focus: The gift of 'Sola energy' - Professor finds happiness in education and community

  • The Fall 2014 Research Brown Bag series will have an international flair.

    The Fall 2014 Research Brown Bag series will have an international flair.

  • VIDEO: PATH to Success continues helping young teens navigate through life and its stresses.

    VIDEO: PATH to Success continues helping young teens navigate through life and its stresses.

  • TALIS survey says teachers more important than standardized tests in student achievement

    Student achievement has less to do with testing than with teaching, says new survey results

  • Jenny LeBeau part of $400,000 award to help middle schools combat retention problems.

  • 10th Annual WSU-Coeur d'Alene Tribe STEM, Leadership, and Sports Camp - June 8-13, 2014

  • Two of our professors will be documenting their South Korea study abroad through extensive communication.

  • Future principals impress at mock interviews

  • Maren Talcott: An Awesome Work

  • Carly MacKinnon: A Fire Within

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Commentary

Women & Academic Ldrsp


In the Chronicle of Higher Education, Dr. Kelly Ward examines women leaning back from the ladder of academic progress. Full Story »

What prepares excellent teachers


College of Education deans for both WSU and University of Idaho respond to national report. Full Story »


News Bites

When video games help K-12 science research


Rich Lamb, assistant professor of science education, has developed a way to use artificial intelligence to mimick student thinking about science. More»

Running the table


Rocky Ridge Elementary's Elissa Dornan, a current principal certification student, is one of only three teachers left in the running for a $100,000 teaching grant. More»

Virtual 5K on TV news


This year's Virtual 5K will help fund research for assistant professor Simon Ličen. KLEW (CBS) visited the College of Education and spoke to Ličen and Amy Cox. Watch»

Prof speaks of gender in sports


Ass't prof. Simon Ličen spoke with a major Slovenian newspaper about the role of gender and sports. Read» [Media in Slovenian]

Media: Math teachers go back to school


Jo Clay and her team are helping teachers help students, specifically in how to meet Common Core Math Standards. More»

Professor published by national organization


Amy Roth McDuffie has been published by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Roth McDuffie served as editor for the 2014-2016 volumes. More»

With flying colors...


All teacher candidates from WSU Tri-Cities recently passed their edTPA portfolios (WA's teacher performance assessment). More»

Consider the dragon


Assoc. professor John Wong is featured in the Summer 2014 Washington State Magazine. The piece is on Bruce Lee's influence on Chinese culture. More»

Prof win prestigious award


Ass't prof. Sola Adesope was named this year's winner for Outstanding Early Career Researcher, from the American Educational Research Association (AERA). More»

Sport agent speaks to students


Cameron Foster, a football agent, with multiple Cougs as his clients, spoke to sport management students. More»

Grad publishes advising book


Dr. Susan K Gardner just published on a niche discipline that is her area of expertise: mentoring doctoral students. More»

Prof speaks about Olympics


Ass't prof. Simon Ličen spoke with Slovenian National Radio on Feb. 5, 2014, about the Olympics. Listen» Read» [Media in Slovenian]

Tri-Cities prof talks w/ NPR


Dr. Amy Roth McDuffie, a Tri-Cities math testing and curriculum expert, spoke to Northwest Public Radio (NPR). More»

Prof shares tech knowledge


Ass't prof. Richard Lamb, spoke to U.S. News & World Report  about expected 2014 technologies in the classroom. More»

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